Stratoscale Earns TechTarget and Modern Infrastructure Impact Award Recognition as Honorable Mention in Software-Defined Infrastructure Category

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Stratoscale Symphony, the Software Defined Datacenter Solution, Gets Recognition as Voted by Over 800 Readers, Experts and Editors in Impact Awards for Best IT Products, Companies of 2016

Stratoscale, the software company sitting at the crossroad of hyperconverged and cloud, today announced it was recognized in the TechTarget Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards for the best IT products and companies of 2016. Stratoscale Symphony received Honorable Mention in the Software-Defined Infrastructure category, as voted on by over 800 readers, noted as “Easing the Path to Private Cloud.”

The TechTarget Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards “recognize the top cloud and data center products and technologies making a difference for IT shops. (These awards are) where readers, industry experts and editors weighed in on the products and technologies that will have the biggest impact on IT operations in the coming year. The award-winning tools will be those helping to run enterprise businesses with efficiency and insight -- whether they're used inside the data center or out.”

In its category, Stratoscale Symphony earned honorable mention, second to only the winner. As Modern Infrastructure writes in its article about the January awards, “Are you building a private cloud, but don’t have the budget for VMware, don’t have the stomach for OpenStack, and don’t want get locked in to a proprietary hyper-converged architecture? Modern Infrastructure readers ... recommended Stratoscale as a software-only software-defined storage stack that offers most of the functionality of commercial offerings, extensive scalability, and less of an up-front integration effort than running on open-source OpenStack.”

Also published in the January write up was comment from Stratoscale customer, Arik Sudman, department manager for systems and storage of Bezeq, an Israeli telecommunications provider that recently began offering infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to its business customers based on Stratoscale and commodity hardware. Sudman said, “We like to do things on our own, in a way that will cost the least money.”

“We are thrilled to be recognized by over 800 of Modern Infrastructure readers and writers in the software-defined infrastructure category,” said Stratoscale founder and CEO Ariel Maislos. “Stratoscale Symphony is the industry’s first integrated software stack converging compute, storage and networking. Modern Infrastructure says we are easing the path to private cloud, and we love that description.”

Stratoscale Symphony is the first integrated software-defined data center (SDDC) solution that transforms the data center into a cloud, leveraging a hyperconverged architecture. The software is hardware agnostic, supporting all x86 based hardware and allows organizations to build an SDDC in minutes, without investing in new hardware. Scaling from three to hundreds of nodes, Stratoscale Symphony leverages a single software stack across the entire cloud. The solution is designed to allow IT to focus on developing and running business applications while scaling out easily with never-before-seen simplicity.

Stratoscale Symphony is available on subscription basis with no upfront costs. Stratoscale’s sales model is 100% indirect with a growing global partner network positioned to extend their reach into their customer's infrastructure with next-generation enterprise IT. Interested users can download a free trial through the Test Drive program at

About Stratoscale:
Stratoscale is revolutionizing the data center with a zero-to-cloud in minutes solution. With Stratoscale’s hardware-agnostic, software-only hyperconverged platform to store everything, run anything and scale everywhere, IT is empowered to take control of their data centers. Led by an experienced management team that brings a proven track record in the field of startups, Stratoscale was named a “Cool Vendor in Servers and Virtualization” by Gartner. Stratoscale is funded at $42 million, backed by leading investors including: Battery Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cisco, Intel and SanDisk. For more information, visit

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